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July 20, 2009

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For a long time, I've had this idea for a game I would call Family Poker. "I'll see your being molested by your uncle and raise you the two years that it went on." I have a feeling that it wouldn't last more than a few 'hands'.

I've always loved Lola Haskin's poems. I have to check if she has a new book coming out. I'm not familiar with those wonderful one-liners.

She just spoke them, along with others. I am not even sure they are on paper yet.
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Another great one-line poems is this one by Denise Duhamel,from her book Kinky:

Native American Barbie

There's only of her left.
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This is a great post. The Dangerfield assignment is fantastic - your students must have a blast. Thanks Richard.

I agree- great post. I love the idea of one line poems and will soon try one or five myself.

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